Knappett Industries Praises Ecofish for Contributions to the Rees Bridge Replacement and North Courtenay Connector Project

Knappett Industries (Knappett) praises Ecofish for contributions to the Rees Bridge Replacement and North Courtenay Connector Project after Knappett was awarded the Deputy Minister’s ‘Contractor of the Year Award in recognition of Excellence in Bridges and Structures.’  The project beat out over 20 other Ministry bridges and structures throughout the province of BC, a remarkable […]

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Congratulations to our Latest R.P. Bio. Designees on the Team!

Congratulations to Noel Swain and Steve Sharron, Ecofish’s latest Registered Professional Biologists (R.P. Bio.)! What does it mean to be an R.P. Bio.? Check out this video from the College of Applied Biology: https://vimeo.com/130367503   

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Ecofish Supports Kus-Kus-Sum Fundraiser in the Comox Valley

Last weekend, Ecofish teams participated in the Kus-Kus-Sum trivia night fundraiser hosted at the K’ómoks Band Hall by Project Watershed, the K’ómoks First Nation and the Cumberland Community Forest Society. Ecofish supported the event by purchasing a table and the Ecofish team pictured here won! Congrats to the Fighting Fish! Funds raised from the event […]

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Ecofish Celebrates International Women’s Day!

Today, Ecofish joins a global movement for change by celebrating the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women worldwide.   Ecofish President Adam Lewis has always been a passionate supporter of women and is why, since inception, our company has sought to build a gender diverse workforce and a workplace that balances both the professional […]

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Ecofish Donates Funds to the Kumugwe Project

Last weekend, Ecofisher’s Camille MacIntosh and Leah Ballin attended the Kumugwe Mask Blessing at the Cumberland Museum.  Ecofish donated funds to the Kumugwe Project commissioned to transform the entrance of the museum and create a permanent exhibit highlighting the history and resiliency of the K’omoks people.  Attendees enjoyed a beautiful ceremony where they witnessed three […]

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Ecofish Water Resources Engineer, Dr. Baki, Awarded Prestigious Karl Emil Hilgard Hydraulic Prize

Congratulations to Ecofish Water Resources Engineer, Dr. Abul Baki who has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Karl Emil Hilgard Hydraulic Prize for his paper “Flow Structures in the Vicinity of a Submerged Boulder within a Boulder Array,” published in May of 2017.   This Prize is awarded by the American Society of Civil Engineer’s (ASCE) Journal […]

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Ecofish Opens New Kootenays Office in Cranbrook, BC

Ecofish is opening its doors to Cranbrook to better serve two of our biggest clients in the area, BC hydro and Teck, as well as others in the Kootenays and Southern British Columbia region. Questions?  Don’t hesitate to swing by the office located at Suite 202, 13-14th Ave South to speak with Andrew Harwood, one […]

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Ecofish Teams with Clayoquot Wilderness Resort to offer an Unforgettable Prize Package

We are excited to announce the lucky winner of Ecofish’s Generate Conference draw prize, Yuho Okada of the Barkley Project Group! The package includes an unforgettable 3-night getaway at the stunning Clayoquot Wilderness Resort (CWR) located off the West Coast of British Columbia, in the very center of the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve. Surrounded by […]

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Improving Mekong River Health: Ecofish Presents at Consultation Workshop in China

At an October 19th-20th workshop, Dr. Xuezhong Yu made a presentation on the impact of hydropower on Mekong River health to government, academic, engineering and institutional specialists from China, Laos, and Myanmar; during which he described project activities, methodologies, results and recommendations.

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Ecofish Leads Collaboration with WWF-UK on Environmental Flow Success Stories

There is no question that a rising population has led to an increased demand for water from industry, agriculture and our growing towns and cities, but at what cost?  According to the World Wildlife Fund-UK, “around a third of all river basins are already being heavily depleted and there is increasing pressure to pump even […]

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